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A Statesman: Need of the Hour

A Statesman: Need of the Hour

🕔23:17, 18.Apr 2014

Leader Writer: Ksh Sopen Singh There were indications of undecided and uninterested voters here and there during the April 17 elections which were held across the four districts of Manipur valley. IFP had captured many polling stations which wore deserted

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Can Kangla Be a World Heritage?

Can Kangla Be a World Heritage?

🕔23:01, 17.Apr 2014

On the World Heritage Day, what immediately brings forth to our attention is the Kangla. The Manipur Assembly had passed a resolution to urge the Government of India to declare Kangla as a World Heritage Site. This was in the

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Someone Is Watching You Vote Wisely

Someone Is Watching You Vote Wisely

🕔16:01, 16.Apr 2014

A statue of Vallabhbhai Patel is in the pipeline. This is going to be in Gujarat. Gujarat is the home state of BJP’s alternative election symbol: Narendra Modi, alongside its lotus. Ironically the statue will be of a Congress leader,

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Political Lottery, With Silence

Political Lottery, With Silence

🕔20:49, 15.Apr 2014

The campaign for the Inner parliamentary constituency of the 16th Lok Sabha election ends on April 15 evening. This is to give a breathing space to the voters, a day ahead of the election. In short, the voters are given

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Meet Your Shumang Leela

Meet Your Shumang Leela

🕔21:17, 13.Apr 2014

Feted writer, Laishram Samarendra, in one of his essays ‘Leelagi Mi’, muses about the actors and their act. The dichotomy of life they represent on the stage and the real life. The writer speaks about having known of an actor

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Attracting The Tourist

Attracting The Tourist

🕔23:10, 11.Apr 2014

Leader Writer: Wangkheimayum Bhupendra Singh A few days back, the Governor Vinod Kumar Duggal had formally opened a two day long eco-tourism conclave in the state capital. The Governor was accompanied by a host of personalities – authority on the

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Anatomy of Garbage

Anatomy of Garbage

🕔21:41, 10.Apr 2014

The air gets warmer as spring sets in. So is the smell of the mounting garbage that has become a landmark of Imphal, the capital Manipur. There is no other capital like Imphal where garbage mingles together with its people.

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PDS and Human Right

PDS and Human Right

🕔23:36, 9.Apr 2014

A human right group has thrown light on the mismatch of work done and the record that are maintained in government file. The Human Rights Initiative (HRI) has sent a request to the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of

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Traffic, VIPs and the Uniformed Man

Traffic, VIPs and the Uniformed Man

🕔01:01, 9.Apr 2014

Of the many irritants that we encounter every day, the traffic in Imphal is one that chokes us ceaselessly. The traffic signal installed at various junctions of the town nothing more than a decorative structure. One cannot imagine when the

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Meet Your Candidate

Meet Your Candidate

🕔16:00, 7.Apr 2014

The Editors’ Guild of Manipur recently organised a gathering in connection with the forthcoming Lok Sabha election. This was to facilitate an interface with the candidates of the Outer Parliamentary Constituency with the media and representatives of civil organisations. What

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